Vol. 3 No. 2
Performing supply chain in banana, black pepper, capsicum and seed spices : status, issues and scopes.
Author(s): A. B. SHARANGI AND S. K. ACHARYA
Abstract: India is uniquely characterized by becoming the lead producers of spices, vegetables and fruits, has an overt contradictions of having a poor status in disposing value-added produces to the global market. One of the reasons for this poor plight has already been identified as the dismal performances catered by what we call the \'supply chains\'. The present paper focuses on the nature of supply chains, perception of value addition at the delivery system, efficiency maintained at different exit points and peoples participation specially at the post harvest processing component for adding standard values in relation with some selected orchard and plantation crops like banana and spices. For building up of a network among the crescent economies including Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka etc. The mutually intervened approaches are the need of the hour for combating the aggressive hegemony posed by the Northern economy in the domain of biological commodities.
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